Question about Canon imageRUNNER 8500 Copier
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: canon ir 8500
E010 relates to a main motor fault. A specified amount of rotations has not occurred within a set time. Check motor, see if it turns by hand. If not, inspect and/or replace. Check belts and gears for wear/damage, replace as necessary. E065 relates to a primary charging problem. Suspect primary corona arcing, corona wire broken, High-Voltage PSU may be unservicable, black developer unit may be pulling HVT down. How many copies has each machine done? Recommend calling an engineer, parts are probably required.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
You have a high-voltage leak to the transfer corona. This could be due to several different things, usually it's a dirty corona, maybe excessive dust or toner in the corona assembly. Toner conducts electricity and can leak voltage from the transfer corona to the frame. It may also be the "end-blocks," the thing in the back of the machine into which the transfer corona plugs when you close the drawer and lift up on the green handle. These crack and can cause intermittant failure.
I would start by taking a can of air and thoroughly blowing out the corona assembly and see what that does for you...
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
you need to go into service mode...... additional functions...then the 2&8 at the same time .... then addit funct button again
then you will hit copier tab
the clear tab
then hit the ok button
that will hopefully clear the admin password
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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